Still on the “22 Jump Street” beat, here are some thoughts about your new favorite comedy sequel.

Still on the “22 Jump Street” beat, here are some thoughts about your new favorite comedy sequel.

"We’ve been admirers of his movies for a long time. ‘Cloudy With A Chance of Meatballs’ is basically trying to ripoff ‘Armageddon.’ These movies have a lot to do with ‘Bad Boys’ because he reinvented the buddy cop genre once before." — Talked to Phil Lord & Chris Miller about “22 Jump Street” and their love of Michael Bay.

"We’ve been admirers of his movies for a long time. ‘Cloudy With A Chance of Meatballs’ is basically trying to ripoff ‘Armageddon.’ These movies have a lot to do with ‘Bad Boys’ because he reinvented the buddy cop genre once before." — Talked to Phil Lord & Chris Miller about “22 Jump Street” and their love of Michael Bay.

Some thoughts on “Edge of Tomorrow,” which is totally fucking boss.

Some thoughts on “Edge of Tomorrow,” which is totally fucking boss.

Some thoughts on “Maleficent,” which is not good, but also not horrible.

Some thoughts on “Maleficent,” which is not good, but also not horrible.

"I remember having to teach Andrew Keegan how to draw a proper dick on my face. Which was a little strange to have to do? He was nervous; I was like, ‘I draw tons of dicks. Start with the head, do the shaft, get to the balls. Make sure to put hair on the balls.’ It’s a nice dick. It’s a chub. It’s halfway there." — Spoke to David Krumholtz about this dick on his face, losing “Midnight in Paris” to Owen Wilson and Brad Pitt’s weed. ‘Twas an awesome time.

"I had the idea that the only way to get through five minutes would be to find somebody on the field and perform it for them. I spent 30 minutes picking somebody out, walking really close to them and then bailing at the last second. Finally, I was like, ‘Stop being a pussy. You want to be on ‘Saturday Night Live.’ You will approach a stranger and ask them to watch the audition.’" — Talked to Noël Wells about her new indie movie and auditioning for “SNL.” She’s great.

"I had the idea that the only way to get through five minutes would be to find somebody on the field and perform it for them. I spent 30 minutes picking somebody out, walking really close to them and then bailing at the last second. Finally, I was like, ‘Stop being a pussy. You want to be on ‘Saturday Night Live.’ You will approach a stranger and ask them to watch the audition.’" — Talked to Noël Wells about her new indie movie and auditioning for “SNL.” She’s great.